Family is central to the success of our society. God created the family at the very beginning when he told the first man and woman “Be fruitful and multiply.” In God’s plan, not only do husbands and wives have responsibilities to each other, but there are expectations for both parents and children.
Paul’s practical lessons in Romans 12 begin with a reminder that as Christians we ought to be changed, to be different from who we were before. When we study God’s word and worship with our brethren, we are able to be transformed into the image of Christ, as God would have us to be.
Paul’s mission work is an example to all of us in evangelism. We can learn from his efforts as we also seek to bring others to Christ
Many in the religious world have adopted one or more of a myriad of organizational structures for their churches. The Bible, however, tells of no structure larger than that of the local congregation. It’s important that we understand what God’s Word has to say about organization, and that we put it into practice.
I’ve come to realize in recent months that the former title of this page, “Give Me the Bible,” caused some confusion to some people. I had a number of people asking if I gave away Bibles, which I do not have the means to do. Others have confused this page with a popular program of the same name. So I’ve been thinking of changing the name to hopefully curtail that confusion. So, going forward this page is going to be known as “Keep Christ in the Christian,” based on Gal. 2:20, that Christ is living in the one who has been crucified with Christ. Nothing else is going to change (except I want to write more).
I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. Gal 2:20 NKJV
9/17/17 a.m. sermon
8/20/17 a.m. sermon
The story of George Washington and the cherry tree has long been used to teach children the value of honesty when we’ve done something wrong. But sometimes adults forget that lesson. We try to hide our “cherry trees,” rather than confess that we’ve sinned. The Bible teaches clearly that we are to confess our sins, so that we may be forgiven.